Bone Response

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Three issues of ''Bone Response'' have been published in Hamburg, Germany between 2001 and 2003.
Three issues of ''Bone Response'' have been published in Hamburg, Germany between 2001 and 2003.
Issue number four has been published 2009 under the name [[The Park is Mine]].
Issue number four has been published 2009 under the name [[The Park is Mine]].
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All issues are included in the collection of the [[St. Patrick's Zine Library]].
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The layout of Bone Response 3 was done by the ''Secret Service''.
The layout of Bone Response 3 was done by the ''Secret Service''.
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'''Bone Response 4''' (2009) has been published under the name [[The Park is Mine]].
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Bone Response Issue 1 2001
Bone Response
Issue 1 2001

Bone Response started as an bicycle messenger/art zine by Patrick Rieve, Malte Urbschat and Mark Wehrmann.

Three issues of Bone Response have been published in Hamburg, Germany between 2001 and 2003. Issue number four has been published 2009 under the name The Park is Mine.

All issues are included in the collection of the St. Patrick's Zine Library.



Bone Response 3 was published on the occasion of "go create resistance" at Deutsches Schauspielhaus in Hamburg, Mai 2003. Contributing writers: Armin Chodzinski, Karin Gyer, Anika Heusermann, Tom Holert, Ralf Kietzke, Michi 434, Tom Mohoow, Patrick Rieve, Mark Wehrmann (about the correlation between Kraftwerk & excessive biking).

Contributing artists: Till Krause, Patrick Rieve, Mark Wehrmann, Malte Urbschat and an anonymous art collective from Frankfurt.

Reviews about bike-messenger related books: The Immortal Class and 25 mio hongkong$: free:lance!. Also in this issue was a poem by Hannes Küpper ("He! He! The Iron Man!") about the Australian cyclist Reggie MacNamara (a roughhouse velodrome rider with a string of dramatic crashes and broken bones (1)).

The layout of Bone Response 3 was done by the Secret Service.


Bone Response 4 (2009) has been published under the name The Park is Mine.

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